- Ethics Office
- Ethics Training
- Economic Interests Statements
- Procurement Info Reporting
The Ethics Act
The State Officials and Employees Ethics Act (The Ethics Act) addresses several important issues for state employees, including:
The Ethics Officer position was established by the Ethics Act in 2003.
Ethics Officers' responsibilities include:
The Ethics Officer refers reports of Ethics Act violations to the OEIG, and provides assistance to employees in complying with the Ethics Act and ensures the University meets its obligations with regard to ethics training which provides each employee with the information they need to avoid violating the Ethics Act.
The Ethics Officer at EIU is Austin Hill, 217-581-7264 or firstname.lastname@example.org, Blair Hall Room 2102